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Brexit: UK fast tracks visas for researchers Special

One thing appears certain in post-Brexit Britain: there will continue to be a shortage of scientists and technologists, meaning that the nation will be dependent upon recruiting overseas talent.

U.S. Consulate in Toronto proudly displays its Pride flag

Toronto - The Trump administration rejected requests from U.S. embassies to fly the rainbow pride flag on official embassy flagpoles during June, LGBTQ Pride Month. But nothing was said about hanging the flag from the building.

Amount hoarded overseas by U.S. companies hits new record in 2015

The recent fight among Apple, Ireland, and the European Union has once again shined a spotlight on the growing trend of US companies storing cash overseas to avoid taxes.

Pentagon reports 33 members of military contracted Zika overseas

On Monday, a pentagon spokesperson said 33 active-duty members of the U.S. military have contracted the Zika virus while overseas. Additionally, six family members have also contracted the virus.

'Furious 7' wins again; goes over $1 billion overseas, too

Not only did "Furious 7" win at the box office again, the news overseas may be the better headline of the weekend. "Furious 7" held off "Age of Adaline" for its fourth win.

Harvard email threats may not be 'credible'

Harvard - Hundreds of emails were sent to students and staff members at Harvard University Friday, threatening to shoot them on Saturday. The emails were probably sent from outside the U.S., but university and law enforcement officials are taking them seriously.

Op-Ed: Americans at risk Special

Istanbul - How safe are Americans from a growing terrorist threat at home and overseas? The recent suicide bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara reminds us of the fatal attack in Benghazi and raises new questions.

Photo Essay: Teaching English overseas Special

Istanbul - Many qualified teachers are leaving America, Canada, and England to teach overseas because their local economies make finding teaching jobs at home difficult.

MPs vote for cuts to the costs of overseas calls

European MPs have forced mobile phone companies to reduce the costs of sending a text or using the Internet whilst abroad which must be good news for all travellers.

Court Order Not Needed to Spy on Americans Overseas

The 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that a court order is not needed to wiretap Americans overseas. Fourth Amendment rights and protections cannot always be guaranteed to American spies when they leave this country.

Twelve Sites Now Banned By the U.S. Military

The United States military is banning a total of twelve sites for their computer system starting today. The ban includes the popular You Tube and My Space sites. Personnel will be able to use their own personal computers to access the sites.

Free Phone Calls to Overseas

Make Long Distance Phone Calls free via, only charges are the local phone call rates.

Dems' wins in U.S. are embraced overseas

Democratic win in the House, and the possibility of the Senate, has strong international support.

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